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Projection mapping, also known as video mapping and spatial augmented reality, is a technique that uses projected light to transform objects into display surfaces for video and animations. This technique allows for the projection of video and other digital content onto complex and irregular surfaces such as buildings, sculptures, stage sets, and other three-dimensional objects.
The process begins with the use of specialized software to create a virtual model of the object to be projected on. This model is then used to “map” the surface of the object, determining the exact angles and dimensions required for the projection. The software can then interact with the projector to adjust the image and fit it perfectly onto the surface of the object.
Projection mapping can be used for a variety of applications, including architectural projections, advertising, entertainment, and art installations. It allows for the creation of immersive and interactive experiences, as the projected content can appear to move and change as the viewer moves around the object. The technology continues to evolve, with advances in projection hardware, mapping software and interactive technologies, allowing for more complex and dynamic projections.